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abundant, something here regular, improper and perhaps illegal had taken place in arkansas with the first lady much more than her husband at the heart of it. you understand the attraction the clintons had for each other. [shouting] >> william chafe is one of the great historians of american liberalism. no comment about that. some restraint. and gender and racial equality in the history of the country. he has a ph.d. from columbia, the alice murray baldwin prof. of history at duke university, the author of a number of excellent books and i would like to end my introduction on more nonpartisan notes. i read one of his previous books which is a book that i really liked about a great liberal at his core, a great left liberal named howard lowenstein and william chafe wrote a book about him called never stopped running. he was one of the people responsible for the creation of a new left movement if you will in american politics but he was also a man who embraced larger ideas of american politics symbolized by the fact that at his funeral he was killed by a deranged mentally defective colleague
. it already, by the age of 17, is planning to be elected attorney general of arkansas, then governor of arkansas, and president of the united states. this is something which everyone who knows him knows about. he talks about it all the time. it is not go to the university of arkansas, he goes to georgetown. and from georgetown he becomes the arkansas candidate for the rhodes scholarship and goes to oxford. he is an incredible success everywhere, but he cannot have a sustained ongoing relationship with a woman. he is attracted to the kind of women his mother directs him to, who are the beauty queens, who are the ones who are flirtatious, who are attractive, and that's really where his eyes have been. until he comes back to you law school. there he meets hillary brought them. >> you can watch this and other programs online at o
rights to sue the state of arkansas? and people ask, you know, did i have any reservations or, you know, did i have to, you know, fight with myself to come to the decision to accept that? the answer is, no, because i was dying. i was dying very quickly. there were times when i was so sick, i literally didn't think i was going to make it through to the next morning. so i knew if i didn't take that deal, i was going to die there. they could have easily stretched this case out another five years, another ten years. they could have appealed every decision, they could have constantly asked for extensions, and i would have died. >> has anybody from the state of arkansas or the county in which you were prosecuted, has anybody come close to saying to you we know you didn't do it, and by the way, we're really sorry that we did this to you for 18 years? >> no one involved in the system whatsoever. according to the state of arkansas, they still have not made a mistake. they still say in the appeals process that in arkansas they have never sent an innocent person to prison in the entire history of
would a sign a waiver giving up all rights to sue the state of arkansas and asking do we have any reservations to fight with myself to come to the decision to accept that the answer is no because i was trying very quickly. .. >> we we're doing a screening of of documentary and then amended question and answer sessions with the audience. one gries said he came from arkansas and he was so sorry for ever thinking we were guilty. that mental lot. >> host: let's talk about your relationship with your wife it makes you want to who this woman if you see her on the street. [laughter] she sounds like an amazing person and one that saves your life. your life is literally on the line but you can never be together then one day you just live together and want to watch different tv shows. was there pressure? >> there are things like that but it is a small thing. one of the things when i first got out i could not sleep without norway's so i would turn on the tv then all horror movies 24/7. french movies and everything subtitles of love that is a good movie. [laughter] when i would go to sleep i
small community in arkansas will be giving its thanks for the holiday itself. that's because many who earn their livelihood depend on turkeys. >> reporter: it's long be a staple of the thanksgiving feast. so much so, it's fondly call turkey day. many say the holiday just isn't complete -- >> what kind of a thanksgiving dinner is this? where a es the turkey, chuck. >> reporter: it's a question they're not asking in a small community in arkansas. on a map, the town is called z oza ozark, but by it's most famous export, it's called turkey town, usa. >> turkey is year round. >> reporter: and turkey pays the bills. from the butter ball plant which employs 400, to the area's 76 farmers, who supply a third of the nation's turkeys. >> people all over the country are going to eat these turkeys so i got to take good part of them. >> reporter: in this barn alone, there are more than 11,000 turkeys and mike has three others just like it. these guys are about six weeks old. that's halfway through the growing process. >> this is thanksgiving dinner for every family in america. >> reporter: there'
. as millions of americans give thanks tomorrow on thanksgiving, one small community in arkansas will be offering its thanks for the traditional centerpiece of your national holiday feast and that's because the livelihoods of many of its residents depend on turkeys. nbc's janet shamlian has that story. >> reporter: this is turkey town u.s.a. >> it's a year round thing in ozark. turkey is year round. >> reporter: and turkey pays the bills. from the butterball plant, which employs 400, to the area's 76 farmers. >> reporter: here they all come. >> reporter: the state produces a third of the nation's country. >> people all over the country, you know, is going to eat these turkeys. i've got to take good care of them. >> reporter: michael walker could feed a city the size of chattanooga, tennessee, all by himself. he produces 150,000 a year. >> reporter: in this farm alone there are more than 11,000 turkeys. mike has three others like it. these hens are about six weeks old. that's halfway through the growing process. >> that is thanksgiving dinner for a family in america. >> reporter:
, with a pac-10 championship and you are looking at an aerial shot of l s u at arkansas. it's the play of the day goes for the great one ketch, jarvis landry of el as you ought to control the ball and just one hand. seventh ranked lsu beats arkansas, 20-13. meanwhile, the national hockey league lockout is alarming and it is looming large. teetering on the brake. a nobler wipe out with the third cancelled including the all star game which was slated for january 27th in columbus ohio. both sides are fighting on how to fight to split $3 billion in revenue. this is the third time an all-star game has been cancelled. also, this bay area boxer could be in line for a big pay out, coming up area boxing has never been stronger. the ghost had his way in. one 46.8, his competitor, this fight will be in ontario, calif. the winner could be a fight against floyd the weather. if you have a question? e- mail ask carr ve askgary@kron4.com.... >> decent weather, and '60s and '70s. the rain is good to be holding off >> have a lovely night and a good weekend will be back at 11:00 p.m., see you then. at ba
at ucla in the are in the pac 12 if they have a victory. 14 games and lsu at arkansas. the quarterback throws the touchdown pass to jarvis landry. making that one hand catch of take a look at that it the and is selling. and l a s u.n.'s 20-13. we will take you out with information from the hockey fans. some of the best information will be the san francisco bulls. the and h l is on the brinks. take a third of the season's is cancelled even set for january 20th 07. >> have a great night.
for sports and really surprising news coming out of the sec. the new orleans times reporting that arkansas are trying to lure their division rival les miles to pay fayettevil fayetteville. but miles is already the fifth highest paid coach in college football at $3.7 million a year. but arkansas offer would actually make les the highest paid coach in the land even ahead, yes, of alabama's nick saban who is on his way to winning his third national championship in four years. miles' agent has denied reports of the offer on. the razorbacks have a history of shelling out big money for their football coaches. before he was fired earlier this year for a motorcycle ride gone awry, bobby petrino's contract with arkansas paid him $3.6 million annually. but he bought with that money absolutely no good judgment. over to you, me come. >>> to a little offseason news in major league baseball thousand. espn reports the mets have offered david wright a contract extension that would keep him in queens through the 2020 season and potentially give him the largest contract in franchise history. wright is alrea
decriminalization or medical marijuana. arkansas only failed 52-48. close but no leaders would come out and support it. other issues in the south social issues have always been slow to happen. i would like to say this about that situation down at ole miss. if any perspective football player or attractive co-ed saw that and consider going to ole miss. don't. come to the university of memphis. [laughter] >> cenk: that's very clear as usual, congressman cohen. let me just throw it out there. this kind of foolishness keeps coming back over and over again. who thinks that the south has the north beat on economic progress, and boy, they would be much better off without the north it seems like crazy talk. >> a lot of it has-- >> i think the people who said this are crazy. the people who said this, whoever that guy was he's crazy. >> 's totally muts. >> i think it has a lot to do with a lot of social conservatives. those are the issues that they really focused on. a lot of them have been co-oped by republicans who convince them that their fiscal policy makes a lot of sense. a lot of these people who want t
. it will be dipping southward and firing up showers and storms across portions of louisiana, arkansas, mississippi and further off toward the east. large hail damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes and as we head into tomorrow here's a look at 6:00 a.m. tuesday. we are looking for a chance for snowfall and a bit of a mix across new york city and southward toward the state of philadelphia. >>> get ready for that. we will check in with you later. it is time to brew in on this. one swedish toy company is making big changes to the holiday catalog this year. the company is called top toys. the entire catalog is gender neutral. >> meaning girls are shown playing with guns and boys are shown playing with dolls. this after sweden's advertising watch dog reprimanded the companies for showing girls dressed as princesses and boys as super heros. those images were gender discrimination. >> are the catalog changes a good idea or has this political correctness gone too far? >> tweet us at foxx frien frient or e-mail us. >> 10 after the top of the hour. coming up going, going gone. how long would you wait to
, jim. next up is charlie from arkansas. you are on "the washington journal." caller: thank you for taking my call. we do not have a problem is around here. i am against early voting because that is where the crime comes in. imagine this. you take people to early vote, you buy their dinner before after or use look them $50. you are asking for fraud. -- you slipped them $50. if you want to speed elections up, have more polling precincts. host: how long did you have to wait a in of dover, arkansas? caller: there was no problem voting. arkansas has agreed to voting process. the only problem we are having now is the new computers and new machines and -- if you do not vote with a paper ballot there is no way to recount some of them. host: do they have early voting in arkansas? caller: they do. i guarantee if you have a sheriff's race, you will be getting a chicken dinner before the election once you go to vote. host: i hope it is a good chicken dinner. in "the wall street journal," one of two stories involving the fiscal cliff. the first one says -- that is one of the articles we wan
. kentucky, louisiana, arkansas, alabama, utah, wyoming and so on. [no audio] we have a net -- how they look .t the next set of states pip texas has 38 electoral college votes. they are very significant. new jersey, michigan, oregon, washington, those are a bit more difficult to win, win than they did. this is how they progressed toward 270. the democrats are in the lead with a firm laid. -- a firm lead. colorado has been republican several times in the past. iowa, new hampshire, they might lose. minnesota, remember joe the plumber? the republicans campaigned in pennsylvania on died in 2008. -- on that in 2008. the democrats have won even more states in 2008. indiana could well go back to the republicans. florida fluctuates back-and- forth. i was always at the center of the fight. -- iowa is always at the center of the fight. what the republicans have to do is win the ones that we just saw and then take back at least one from the group before. in other words, a real opera -- uphill battle for mitt romney. >> joining me to assess the task ahead are two guests. one in virginia and one in phila
, massachusetts, arkansas, montana are already allowing those for medical marijuana and 17 other seats. and washington, call lebron o in massachusetts those are most likely to pass. arkansas or an organ is most likely to fail. the porsche for recreation was " put on the ballot later defended it would be the first state in the southern sections to allow medical marijuana. when we talk about medical marijuana keep that-porsch pu sh//or medical marijuana it would have a very small amount. they've been trying this forcibly years. >> realistically how many states how likely are those going to pass? >> many people are going to say that it is likely to weapon in these states but look back at what happened in california. likely to- happened and what these states in 2010 but it did not pass in 2010. with least two of those states will recognize marijuana. >> the future of education in california will be decided by voters. there are two propositions tax increases. one of them as proposition 3 that has been the backing of jerry brown. proposition-30 -- if it does fail? there will be $6 billion im
and be taxed. early returns, that measure is leading 52%. massachusetts and arkansas set upstate-reg lated pharmacies for medicinal phaurp. and voters asked to repeal a law passed by voters eight years ago. no returns there for oregon or washington. the federal government is watching these closely. it is is uncheer how drug enforcement officials might change the law enforcement. if any of those state-a moved measures do pass. reporting live, back to you. >> many are watching their televisions tonight to see the election results coming in. others are focused on social media suchace face book and twitter to follow what is happening. so, eric what are you seeing right now? less than an hour. a lot of what we are hearing is excitement for people that just cast their votes. meanwhile, florida, ohio, still trending as we wait for the vote totals to play out in those states. earlier tonight, one person asked us on facebook why bother, california not in doubt for the press? well, we heard another tweet here that put it in perspective. paul sawyer in san jose tonight he 28ed admonish my students an
of the united states i met david doherty comment an arkansas businessman, historian, computer expert from evening shade. there is an evening shade, arkansas. we began to talk about errors in patriot's history of the united states and over time i discovered he is a wonderful co-author so i asked him to help me with "a patriot's history of the modern world" and. he proved good in areas where i was week. as a former intelligence officer in the army he brought a new perspective to the cold war, especially in the second volume we are working on now. john mentioned this is volume one, goes up to 1945. volume 2 will be about this time next year, 1946 to presents. i have to warn readers up front especially those who have seen me speak before, probably they know me for some more light hearted or comic insertion but this is a very sober and serious book. after all the period from 1898 to 1945 is an era dominated by two deadly world wars, worldwide depression and characterized by mussolini, stalin and hitler. i don't even think joe biden could laugh at that material. we have some side by sections, o
in southern politics. i have not had the chance this morning to look at arkansas, at the state legislature. i know all members of the state members of the legislation and arkansas were up for election this year and all lot of money was put into the state to change the state legislature from being democratic to be republican. if it does in fact flip in this election, all 22 of the state legislatures in the south will now be republican majorities. >> we're going to break away from us momentarily to take you live to the south lawn of the white house. >> the state legislatures are the key source of power and politics. more than anything they have the key source of power. alabama, which has the longest constitution of the democratic entity, i use that where lucy actually have on their balance some language this year to change the language in the constitution. i have a friend at georgetown law school was father used to call me and talked about the constitution and the horror that the alabama constitution was. but it is the case in all southern states that the state legislature is the source of powe
with me. gary bernsen is here. and former arkansas governor mike huckabee among our guests. our first guest says no one knows more about benghazi than petraeus, but even if he were to testify, the credibility has now been discredited. joining us, kate mcfarland. this is first of all we have to acknowledge i believe it isery clear, there is so much more here writing every day, more questions, it runs ep. the idea that petraeus would not testify or that the secrety of state clinton would have a conflict, your reaction to those. >> the cover-up continues. nobody who knows more about benghazi before, after or during the attack than david bengzi. and now for whatever reason, he is not testy. he may eventually testify, they may subpoena him. at this point where it's his credibility? if he knew he was being investigated as he went up to capitol hill to spin the tale the white houswanted him to spin about this about a movie movie, what nd of leverage did they hold over him? the leverage is gone now, he has nothing to lose. lou: the allegations by the alleged mistre in this impact during the
of the united states," i met dave doherty, an arkansas businessman, historian, computer expert from evening shade. yes, there is an evening said, arkansas. we first began a top to bottom errors remain anything "a patriot's history of the united states," and then over time i discovered he's a wonderful co-author, so i asked him to help me with "patriot's history of the modern world." as a former intelligence officer in the army, he brought a new perspective to the cold war, especially in the second volume that we're working on now. and, um, as jon mentioned, this is volume one, goes up to 1945. volume two will be out about this time next year, 1946 to the present. i have to warn readers up front, especially those who have seen me speak before, probably know me for a little more lighthearted or comic insertions, but this is a very sober and serious book. after all, the period from 1898 to 1945 is an era dominated by two unspeakably deadly world wars sandwiched around a nearly worldwide depression and characterized by such loathsome villains as mussolini, stalin and hitler. i don't even think
approved the legal use of pot. to arkansas now where residents voted no to using marijuana for medical purposes, while in massachusetts medical marijuana use was okayed by an overwhelming margin. and marijuana use for medical patients was expanded in montana. and, finally, in oklahoma voters approved a measure that wipes out all affirmative action programs in state government hiring, education, and contracting practices. >>> well, just ahead, bill is going to have another check of your weather, and hear more from president obama and governor romney as their historic campaigns came to a close. you're watching "early today." so, what hap pens if i'm in an accident and need to get my car fixed? progressive makes it easy, because we give you choices. you can pick where to get your car fixed, we can cut you a check, or, at our service center, we take care of everything for you. [ relaxing music playing ] [ chuckles ] -whew, so many choices. -take your time. -the service center. -okay. giving you choices -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. [ female announcer ] pop in a whole new
approved using medical marijuana, a similar measure in arkansas. and in california, proposition 30 is still too close to call. governor brown says the bill is the only hope to prevent more cuts to public schools. if it passes, prop 30 would raise the state sales tax and increase income taxes for people who make at least $250,000. and also another high profile measure requiring labels on modified foods appears to be failing. proposition says consumers have a right to know, but opponents say the labels would stigmatize foods that are scientifically proven to be safe. coming up after your local news on cbs this morning, complete coverage and analysis including interviews with key players from both parties. i don't know if it's just me, but i think we're all happy this thing is just over. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." thing is gist over. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." [ mom ] 3 days into school break and they're already bored. hmm, we need a new game. ♪ that'll save the day. ♪ so will bounty select-a-size. it's the smaller powerful sheet. the only on
. >> reporter: but in arkansas, voters defeated legalization. still, as the poet once said, the times, they are a 'changing. >> boy, they are, thank you, andrea mitchell. >>> we'll take a break, and when we come back, a big storm that is an urgent matter for many along the east coast, many of them still racked up and suffering from the last one. >>> like the last time we went through this, we had a lot of notice and warning that a storm is coming. and just like last time, it is making conditions difficult for a lot of people. the nor'easter, on its way tonight, that the new jersey governor said will actually set back recovery efforts in that state. nbc's katy tur is in the community of seabright, new jersey, not far from new york city to the south laupg new jersey. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, this is what you don't see very often, we have accumulation on the ground and flooding, here, it is three blocks wide at the widest, we have the ocean behind me and the river. it floods during nor'easter, and got hit hard during sandy, you can see it by the buildings behind me. now t
, but voters in oregon and arkansas went the other way and just said no. back with us to see what kind of progressive politics will play in the president's second term are correspondent keli goff and christine pelosi, chair of the california democratic party women's caucus. christine let me start with you, president obama, progressive issues he should tackle. >> health care and climate change. we have to ensure that we actually get the health care that was promised under obamacare. make sure the state exchanges were set up. also in keeping with that it means fulfilling the promise to medicare and medicaid. we have to live healthier eyes and make sure our kids are covered. number two, climate. mother nature has spoken. we must listen. >> jennifer: i totally agree, kelly if you were to take the top two issues, what would it be? >> i'm going to pick chun. i would say civil rights particularly as it pertains to african-americans. it's not a secret that the president and his administration have shied away of using the word book. he is half white, but app pair roanly t
away. why do you have the need. >> well, i moved here from arkansas with my daughter. i have no job. so i wanted to be able to have a holiday season this year. >> reporter: you said you moved in with your dad and grandma and there's other people, about 8 people living in your home. how difficult is it living here in an affluent city here, how difficult is the struggle. >> it's hard to find a job, for one. the living situation, it's all of us in a crowded house. >> reporter: how will this help you, i mean? >> it will alleviate me a little bit for the holidays and be able to give my daughter an awesome holiday season. >> reporter: okay. thank you so much crystal cordova, who's been waiting out here since 6:30 last night. sacred heart has been doing this for 48 years. they say the need is greater this year compared to last year. the high-tech job growth has not helped low income families, but this nonprofit needs food and toy donations for this give away to work. they say money is always welcome. now, these people are still waiting here. we're looking at somebody who's still sleeping under
for having me sanjay. >>> medical marijuana was rejected in arkansas, as you know, montana essentially tightened its law on this, but massachusetts became the 18th state to pass a medical marijuana law. how will it work there, do you think, in massachusetts. >> well, i think they have planning to do, they have to figure it out. planning to run the state-run dispensaries, no more than five per county. and you will go to your doctor, if you have a difficult medical condition like aids or hiv or cancer, ms, couldn't of you know, major medical conditions, although there is a bit of a loophole, because it does say other conditions. if the doctor thinks that marijuana is beneficial for you, they write a card and you can go to the dispensaries. and if you can't get to a dispensary, there is a sort of hardship law, you can grow your own marijuana. >> you mentioned the medical difficulties, people who studied it for nausea, for example, and studies on chemotherapy or hiv-aids. but also pain, you and i talked about this last time, using a pain medication. in medicine, you want to know, does it w
general of arkansas, then governor of arkansas and as president of the united states. this is something which everyone knows him knows about because he talks about it all the time. he does not go to the university of arkansas. he goes to georgetown. from georgetown he becomes the arkansas candidate and goes to oxford. he is an incredibly success everywhere but he cannot have a sustained ongoing relationship with a woman. he is attracted to the kind of women, his mother direction to what the beauty queens, who are the ones flirtatious, who are attractive, and that's really where his eyes have been. until he comes back to yale law school. there he meets hillary rodham. >> you can watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. >> in his memoir, "joseph anton," salman rushdie recounts the fatwa issued against him by ayatollah khomeini in 1989 for mr. rushdie's novel, "the satanic verses" which was deemed quote against islam, the prophet and the koran. this is about an hour 20. >> thank you very much. thank you. no, and welcome to this evening's conversation with salman rushdie. i want
employees the arkansas based. >> now that the holiday shopping season is officially under way get ready for small business saturday. own offers local independent stores like these on fourth and berkeley say they're not trying to compete with big chain stores and bargains they say small business saturday is about supporting the local economy and community. >> we love what's left of hardware stores. any kind of small store. you have to spend your dollars there. otherwise we will go away. >> shoppers say among the benefit of shopping at small and local businesses are that they often carry unique products and offer a better more personalized shopping experience. >> while thousands of people were outlooking for those bargains today one group of bay area women went to nordstrom. cbs 5 reporter chen shows us they weren't shopping for gifts. they were making them. >> in a a corner needles are clicking and women are chatting. meet the knitters they meet for cake conversation and community service. >> it's very good for the soul you know what i mean. >> the two dozen where i am mostly retired sch
. the weeks head southeast, texas and oklahoma and portions of arkansas very quiet. you have been enjoying beautiful weather, temperatures are very pleasant but we do have a storm further off to the west. this is the system that we will be tracking over the next two days producing light snow over northern parts of the rockies and wyoming and even portions of the plains in nebraska and south dakota. anywhere from three to six inches, nothing too bad but that storm is going to head southeastward and bringing in widespread areas of rainfall from texas and louisiana. in the southeast but in louisiana and southern parts of arkansas we won't have the possibility of some of the rainfall come in the thunderstorm thunderstorms that could plow severe weather, large hail and damaging winds. even some isolated tornadoes could be possible. if you live out in austin, north of houston and into alexandria, please be safe as we go through the nighttime hours. by 6:00 p.m. monday, we'll be seeing areas spreading as far as north, kentucky, tennessee throughout the state of mississippi. like we just mentioned
are down to the final three. the award will be handed out saturday in arkansas. check out this piston. throwing the basketball against the window and bounces off for a perfect angle and takes it home. are you kidding me? you have to call your bank shots. how many tries before he made that shot? that is amazing. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. >> it wasn't the first time. >> no, no. >> that's our report. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. we will be tracking the storm throughout the morning with live doppler 7hd and our team of rep.. >>> tonight on "nightline." powerball fever. those lottery machines are cranking across america tonight. as countless dreamers bet on the ultimate holiday gift, a h
. chris: how about the old bill clinton thick of inviting everybody down to arkansas? i think they can do something really good by cutting corporate rates. that's something obama's talked about doing as a give me to the other side and then fight for the higher rates for the top people. i think he can put the deal down so it's probusiness. the news organizations conducted exit polls in presinlts around the country and one finding goes a long way to explaining mitt romney's big challenge in this race. asked which man was more in touch with you, 53% of voters on tuesday said barack obama. and 43% said mitt romney. that 10-point deficit proved fatal to romney. romney never recovered from missteps that labeled him too rich to understand the average american. there was the $10,000 bet he offered rick perry in one of those really primary debates. that became so notorious that it was part of the narrative. >> many voters feel that mitt romney's out of touch with real americans after he tried to make the bet with rick perry for $10,000. yeah, when asked to comment, mitt said, i'm sorry, but that's
or the nextdays and will be the three or four days. you see that swirl across missouri and arkansas. on up the coast. you are traveling today, not too many hot spots. things look good overall. thunderstorms in the southeast. temperatures will be in the low afternoon. this and downright chilly tomorrow morning. first, we will headed back to desk.ws >> in the aftermath of hurricane sandy, communities coming to cope with the while moving towards recovery. >> hot chocolate, blankets. >> a massive effort under way to that the hundreds of thousands of people without power have basic necessities -- warmth.ter, and >> it is a pretty awesome. it is cool that someone doesn't stuff and they drop off and over and theyome really need. new york city is starting to normal.o 80% of the subway is back running, school is back session as well. being blamed for in the united states. the recovery continues here as the search begins to for 2075 people maryland. look at this. much of this town was flooded including atorm, public housing community which to more than 100,000 people. >> the magnitude of the damage
in arkansas will turn down into the gulf, and then, along the eastern seaboard. it is taking the long route, down to florida and along the carolina coast. expect it to be just to our east on wednesday. the question is, how close to the coast will it be? it could run out to sea and miss us altogether. that is still a possibility on wednesday. it looks like most of the strongest impact will be around ocean city. no problems with election day. temperatures will be chilly. on the bay, the wind will start out like, and gradually increase. in the afternoon hours, one to 2 foot waves. the storm on the cost will be further away. you get some sunshine on wednesday before some flurries in the afternoon and evening, but only a 20% chance. closer to the coast, closer to the storm, and precipitation chances go up to 60%. there could be what's know as well. gusts to 55 mph, right on the beach, with the storm moving off the coast on wednesday. you will see the storm coming of the killer -- the carolina outer banks tomorrow night, throwing the moisture back into the cold air, where it could mix into snow i
rain along the southeast. also through arkansas and into areas of mississippi. the election day forecast, that storm then makes the bend down through southeast. the best chance of a rainy day is going to be the southeast. then on wednesday, we'll watch that turning into a nor'easter into the coast. we have two days to wait for that. as far as election day goes, we're looking okay in most areas of the country. >> so a little bit of good news there. thanks, bill. >>> now for some entertainment news. "wreck-it ralph" took the first weekend of the holiday box office season with a $49 million debut. it is the highest grossing opening weekend in disney animation history. >>> actor john cusack has announced his production company is going to start shooting a film next year based on the life of outspoken conservative rush limbaugh. cusack, who came out in support of president obama in 2008, is expected to play limbaugh, most likely with the help of some makeup, i guess you could say. >>> and if you missed "snl" this weekend, take a look at their rendition of michael bloomberg and his en
into tennessee and arkansas. nothing too bad. as we go through sunday, everything still pretty much the same. it's really, lynn, not until we get into tuesday and wednesday. not a huge one, but another storm. >> unfortunately, election day storm. >>> bucks county, pennsylvania, family is still without power just like millions of people in the northeast. this family has found a unique way to cope with the storm. we have the story. ♪ light my home >> reporter: looking for something to do while your power is out? ♪ it's getting warmer and it smelts like rotten cheese ♪ >> reporter: lots of people get on each other's nerves but they decided to write a song for the occasion. ♪ light my home >> reporter: the boys and their mom are doing their best to cope. >> kind of stops your life. you can't move forward with your normal routine. >> reporter: they even found a way to make sure lily stays warm and they found some ingenius ways to survive. >> running under the faucet and stand watching it fall down and then give it a quick rinse and you're good to go. >> basically find an outlet where you can
can we forget her singing a song about her arkansas razorbacks. >> unitand then we go to this g who has a thing for johnny manziel, otherwise known as johnny football. her ballot is to "johnny angel." ♪ >> i love this woman for some reason. i really like this. she's bringing sexy in a really cool kind of grown woman way. >> is it weird that she's talking about tingling when he throws the football? >> she's a really big football fan. she likes the sport. >> i got no problem with her. she can be sexy if she wants. >> exactly. she loves football. i think that's a compliment to young guys when you have an older woman hitting on you. don't you feel all sexy. >> that's exactly how you would talk to her. you get this in your e-mail box or pasted on your facebook fan page, i don't know, i would shut my computer off. she doesn't creep me out. he's not saying i want to take a snap from you, johnny football, or anything like that. >> she really likes the sport and i appreciate that. >> all right. >> i like her. >> i guess we're giving her a thumbs up then. geez. >>> dog snoozes to a lullaby.
between the pelvis and the upper thighs. we'll be right tonight a former governor of arkansas, host of huckabee on the fox news channel, also a best-selling author. his new book is called dear chandler, dear scarlet, a grandfather's thoughts on faith, family and the things that matter most. please welcome back to the program, mike huckabee. ( cheers and applause ) how are you? >> well, i'm doing great, jon. let's just don't talk about the elections. >> jon: look at this book right here. >> that's a good thing to talk about >> jon: dear chandler, dear scarlet. i find that there is nothing kids love more than letters from their grandparents >> that's why i wrote it. i knew even when they're just tots they'll say please read those to me again >> jon: hopefully it will be about the way the weather used to be. >> it could be. jon: all right. let me ask you a question. you said something... i don't know if this was election night, it was about the republican party and how they have to expand their base. take a look at this. mike huckabee talking about... >> i think republicans have done a
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